Anticipating over 2 million new users for coming school year
Malvern, PA – Modevity, LLC, announced that it has been selected after an in-depth pilot program, to provide content protection and distribution technology and services for all National Geographic Learning magazines including “Young Explorer”, “Pioneer”, “Pathfinder”, and “Extreme Explorer” to young learners in the US and internationally.
Using ARALOC, National Geographic Learning will securely distribute their premium and proprietary content through a range of new mobile distribution channels including iPad, iPhone, and Android based devices like Kindle, Nook, Nexus and Samsung Galaxy.
“The growing diversity and rapid adoption in the mobile device market is creating new complexities for content publishers as each new mobile device type or operating system represents a new distribution channel.” said Thomas J. Canova Co-Founder, CMO of Modevity.“This ARALOC platform with mobile catalog and device based “In-App” purchasing capabilities represents the state of the art “White Label” technology for content publishers and allows for centralized management of all mobile device targeted content”. “Overall Smartphone and Tablet growth rates are taking increasing share from traditional publishing and web based distribution channels. Content publishers have no choice but to go where the customers are.” Mr. Canova continued.
Modevity provides the ARALOC™ Mobile Content Distribution Platform on completely outsourced, white label, software as a service (SaaS) basis to minimize corporate internal resources and capital expenditures. ARALOC clients include Global publishers Pearson Education, McGraw-Hill, Cengage and Cisco Learning. ARALOC™ is a cost effective way to utilize each new mobile distribution channel available in the marketplace.
About Modevity, LLC:
Modevity founded in 2004 is a leader in content distribution and protection solutions. Our ARALOC™ product solution provide clients with a powerful content mobile catalog, user management and subscription support with extensive content rights management security controls and viewer tracking, reporting and analytics.
Thomas J. Canova